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18 year old, Brother Sundance has made his first major debut in the alternative/pop music community, releasing his first EP on August 18, 2017. The EP is titled Honey, and is a vibey, modern alt dream. Following the release of the new EP, Brother Sundance has been named Apple Music’s New Artist of the Week. The 5 tracks are all beautiful and unique both musically and lyrically. Their music could be described as a mixture of 21 Pilots and Daughter, with the emotional musicality of bands like Phantogram.
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For being only 18, Brother Sundance has an incredibly mature voice and musical style. He has entered the industry bringing an image of a serious musician, showcasing artistry in what he has produced. The EP is very stylistically advanced for the first extended release. He performs with a band of three other members; including beautiful complimentary vocals by Kristina Palacios. Their new EP puts emphasis on these simple and masterful vocals by pairing them with strong beats and a more electronic, modern feel. They have definitely put forth some unique music. Riding the wave of the increasing popularity in the alternative genre, Brother Sundance capitalizes on certain common musical trends within the genre.
Of the 5 tracks off of the EP, my favorite is “Bad Love”. I think it is the most musically demonstrative song on the EP. Brother Sundance really showcases his gritty, soulful voice in this song. The emotion and passion behind his performance is palpable. The lyrics are fresh and artful in this track, as with all of the others.
I think Brother Sundance is definitely an artist to watch in the future, as they exemplify the direction in which alt pop could be headed. Check out the new EP, Honey, on Apple Music and Spotify.
Check out Brother Sundance on social media!
Website: http://www. brothersundance.com
Instagram: https://www. instagram.com/brothersundance/
Facebook: https://www. facebook.com/brothersundance/
Boston University Class of 2020 ● Just a little music obsessed